In short: YES! Current Neuroscience research teaches us that the brain remains adaptable throughout our lifetime.
The natural key to change is the brain's ability to reorganize itself by forming new neural connections (known as neuroplasticity).
You can start creating new connections today, on your own, by learning, thinking, and choosing new experiences.
When learning, thinking and choosing new experiences, it is often helpful to have someone on your side helping you
along the way and over any hurdles that may appear -- that is where coaching comes into the picture!
Coaching helps you build a psychological skill set helpful in sustaining lasting change:
Coaching with the brain in mind deepens your adaptability by facilitating changes in:
- Thinking (beliefs, attitudes, and world view)
- Emotions (awareness of the present moment and adaptability),
- Behavior (new ways of being, and new habits)
We cannot separate the psychological from the actual functioning of the brain. Coaching with the brain in mind facilitates
our natural adaptability at a biological level, guiding us toward change, and a new view of mental health and wellbeing.